Itaii

Sea of Cortez, Sonora, Mexico
ITAII

Located at the shore of Cortez Sea (called by famous ecologist Jacques Cousteau as the “World Aquarium” ), the site is a 1,700 hectares of pristine land with spectacular contrasting views between the sea, the beaches and the desert within mountain scenery.
The urbanism aims to adapt to natural topography, orography and climate, in the similar organic way fisherman’s first settlers did in the coast, creating small independent pedestrian friendly settlements around agoras (plazas) contiguous to the beaches, surrounded by mixed-use buildings, areas where is intended the most intense social life.
Amenities will be dispersed and have a civic function, such as a 140-slip private Marina, 300 boat storage Dry Marina, swimming pools, open living rooms and restaurants at beaches, post offices, churches, schools, clinics and boutique hotels among others.

Located at the shore of Cortez Sea (called by famous ecologist Jacques Cousteau as the “World Aquarium” ), the site is a 1,700 hectares of pristine land with spectacular contrasting views between the sea, the beaches and the desert within mountain scenery.
The urbanism aims to adapt to natural topography, orography and climate, in the similar organic way fisherman’s first settlers did in the coast, creating small independent pedestrian friendly settlements around agoras (plazas) contiguous to the beaches, surrounded by mixed-use buildings, areas where is intended the most intense social life.
Amenities will be dispersed and have a civic function, such as a 140-slip private Marina, 300 boat storage Dry Marina, swimming pools, open living rooms and restaurants at beaches, post offices, churches, schools, clinics and boutique hotels among others.

Located at the shore of Cortez Sea (called by famous ecologist Jacques Cousteau as the “World Aquarium” ), the site is a 1,700 hectares of pristine land with spectacular contrasting views between the sea, the beaches and the desert within mountain scenery.
The urbanism aims to adapt to natural topography, orography and climate, in the similar organic way fisherman’s first settlers did in the coast, creating small independent pedestrian friendly settlements around agoras (plazas) contiguous to the beaches, surrounded by mixed-use buildings, areas where is intended the most intense social life.
Amenities will be dispersed and have a civic function, such as a 140-slip private Marina, 300 boat storage Dry Marina, swimming pools, open living rooms and restaurants at beaches, post offices, churches, schools, clinics and boutique hotels among others.

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